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November 25, 2018

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Terrance Sullivan

I approve this blog 1000 percent.

CGNC

Love the blog title!

solarcane

Me took

CGNC

We need to lock the Pillage's contract. He fits in at the U

solarcane

Too see

mi@mic@ne

You gotta like Lykes

BigWindyCane

Great post Soup

BigWindyCane

Interesting lineup for the Canes with three guards 6’2” or shorter starting. Now that he is healthy, it looks like the Canes will build their offense around Zack Johnson. I hope Dewan Hernandez returns soon. The Canes will need him for ACC play

mi@mic@ne

Canes need to play better defense. Giving up too many lay ups.

TruCane81

Thanks for the kind words, Soup.

I was highly skeptical of Diaz with some of the things we have witnessed.

He is a hungry coach with passion, intensity, self awareness and burning desire to improve.

I was worried he would turn us into his failings at Texas, but he is the type of guy that learns and grows.

The turkey, ham, sweet potato pie, and pound cake was awesome.

However I have spent Thanksgiving stuffing myself with CROW casserole as well.

I hope and pray Mark Richt has me eating more crow next Thanksgiving.

God bless Manny Diaz.

God bless THE PILLAGE.

That is all.

SOUP

God bless THE PILLAGE.

That is all.

Posted by: TruCane81 | November 25, 2018 at 11:26 PM

There IT is right there.

TruCane81

Oh yeah.

And THE PLUNDER, too.

Now that is all.

mi@mic@ne

We got some ringers this year. This will be interesting. Work in defense and rebounding.

Eric Andre

Time for some ranch

God

And by ranch I mean basketball season.

🐜🌀

These last four days have been nice don't let me down, it's past my bed time.

Herbieibis

Look the defense was great but before we start throwing syrup on the pancakes, it ain't like we played any offensive juggernauts. That's what sucks about this whole water of a season, with this schedule it was ripe for pillaging and plundering all who got in our way, as no team we played truly great offensively but the sad truth is we were as bad or worse than the teams we played offensively.
It's not like we had 3 or 4 starters back from last year, we had all but 3. We had a 5th year senior at QB who still can't hit wide open WR's. Our back up redshirt freshman who everyone has clsmored for is not much better, yet. If what I have seen so far from him is any indication, we will be in trouble.
Clemson starts a true freshman and he looks like a Sr. Oak st. Starts a 5th year Sr. Who rarely has played and he lights up the skies. Hell they had 2 WR's with 10 catches each in the game against Oaklahoma. How many WR's do we have with 20 catches for the season?
Richt blew this season and dam sure can't stop the bleeding until a month has go e by. Only by dumping most if not all these embesils on offense should he be able to keep his job.

Herbieibis

Uh that be waste not water, of a season.

Harry Miller

The only way Richt will change is if the BOT forces him to change. The George fan I flew home with after the LSU loss told me we would be sorry he's our coach by the middle of the season. Informed me that he would not change his ways, that he is the most stubborn person on the planet. Has no personality, no emotion and believes his plan will work no matter what every one else says. Well, it looks like he new what he was talking about he hit the nail on the head dead center and I mean dead center.

We won the game, only because he was forced to play it with a spread offence. I believe he is to stubborn to even see what really happened. He needs to be forced into giving up the oc job and get a real one and give him control of the offence including hiring his own coaches. He should be over looking the entire team and being the head coach, helping recruiting, raising money and doing all the things a real head coach does. You know what, I believe he would be very good at it. He needs to understand that you are no better then the people under you.

This is what I think and don't care what any one thinks about it. I am running out of time and tired of this crap. I want to see us great again,

Old Skool

Miami loses to Seton Hall 83-81
5 star forward CJ Walker nixes Miami commits to Oregon

Old Skool

If the Canes receivers need a theme song, how about "Oops I Did It Again"?

BigWindyCane1

I don't recall the U having so many receivers incapable of catching the football. When you look at other top 10 teams play on Saturday, you never see teams with these many drops. Frankly, it is embarrassing.

WRs need to either switch positions or put in the work to become good at their craft.

One one hand, I recall the speedy WR Sam Shields used to drop a lot of balls his first couple of years at WR for the Canes. Shannon switched him to CB, and he eventually became an All Pro CB with the Packers.

On the other hand, I recall Leonard Hankerson began his career at the U by dropping a lot of balls. The late Mark Duper (God bless his soul) worked with Hankerson over the summer and got him to improve his hands, then he came back and broke receiving records at the U working with Jacory Harris.

If our current crop of WRs cannot catch, then maybe they shouldn't play WR, or they need to put in the work to get better.

Go Canes!!

Santana Moss, Andre Johnson, Philip Dorsett, Leonard hankerson, Jimmy Graham...all had drop issues here early.

They’ll be fine.

thirstybuzzardcane

I was at River Ranch and didn't watch a lick of football during the Holiday. I heard the offense looked atrocious on Saturday! There were a lot of Hurricanes fans at River Ranch.

Old Skool

Say hello to UNC's new head coach: Mack Brown
Hook em Heels

thirstybuzzardcane

The basketball team looks good, but we definitely need Huell back ASAP! We are lacking depth in the front court. Zach Johnson should've handle the ball more in the second half......the kid is good!

thirstybuzzardcane

Santana Moss, Andre Johnson, Philip Dorsett, Leonard hankerson, Jimmy Graham...all had drop issues here early.

They’ll be fine.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 26, 2018 at 08:55 AM

God damn, do you have an excuse for everything!

Go Canes!!

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | November 26, 2018 at 09:26 AM

Yeah that’s an excuse. Not something we’ve seen here with freshmen for 30+ years?

Do you remember waaaaaayyy, wwwwwaaaaaaayyyy back to TWO seasons ago when everyone was questioning Ahmmon Richard’s hand when he has about a half dozen or more drops including three in one game?

How’d he do after he shook that off?

Jesus Christ you can’t point out things like almost all these kids are true freshmen catching balls on the big stage from two different QBs from game to game without the “excuses” crowd chining in.

SOUP

They’ll be fine.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 26, 2018 at 08:55 AM

You, my friend, are some piece of work.

I'll pay you double whatever you pay for those "happy pills" you take that helps you believe that everything is just fine all the time.

mi@mic@ne

What ever happened to Rob Chudzinski?

Herbieibis

Lynn Swann told Clay Helton he WAS going to make changes and that's exactly what James needs to with Richt.
Speaking of Drops, remember when played Notre Dame 6 to 8 years ago, dam Dorset dropped potential TD catches on one drive!

Go Canes!!

Posted by: SOUP | November 26, 2018 at 09:37 AM

Forgot, if you are critical of the HC,OC, OL coach, QB coach, o line play, both QBs and play calling here it doesn’t count.

But if you say something semi positive about one aspect of one position I’m an excuse maker on happy pills.

Whatever. You’ve proven once again your range of thoughts is the width of a shot glass.

Go Canes!!

Herb you’re crazy. No freshman in the history of Canes football has EVER had drop issues before Richt got here.

mi@mic@ne


Randall thrill hill as a red shirt freshman
1988 Miami (FL) WR Rec21 yds 338 average 16.1 tds 4

mi@mic@ne

Dale Dawkins did not get to redshirt..his second year 31 rec. yards 488 tds 4

mi@mic@ne

Andre Brown ...sr year...47 rec. 746 yds td 8

We used to be qb U..look at these stats

mi@mic@ne

Lamar Thomas..freshman 15 rec 205 yds td 1

The boy could catch the ball..and he never dropped the fly

Old Skool

In the horrendous event CMR doesn't change the offense for next year, I suggest we send the offense Happy 31st Birthday cards care/of the Athletic Department.

mi@mic@ne

darryl spencer red shirt freshman rec 15 yds 256 2 tds...

This is when we had a real spread offense...we did not drop the ball when Erickson coached the team.. a one back offense

mi@mic@ne

wesley carroll...i think he was a juco..first year at the U 53 rec 770 5tds...

Richts passing attack compared to our air attack under Erickson is bush league

mi@mic@ne

anybody who was at the ob watching the 80s Canes knows that Richt would be laughed off the side lines ..he couldnt be a water boy

TruCane81

Santana Moss, Andre Johnson, Philip Dorsett, Leonard hankerson, Jimmy Graham...all had drop issues here early.

They’ll be fine.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 26, 2018 at 08:55 AM


I remember in 99 when Santana TOASTED the FSU secondary at the Doak and dropped a BEAUTIFUL td pass.

We lost that game by 10 I think but that was when I really knew we were almost back.

mi@mic@ne

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0i9s1L4dxM

We bad...we bad ...get him out of here

mi@mic@ne

we even knew how to kick field goals and punts

mi@mic@ne

just like every body throwing up four fingers which was started by the canes so they changed the rules because of this beat down...the egg heads were furious that we beat the longhorns to pulp...lmao

mi@mic@ne

We need an oc like yesterday

BigWindyCane1

Occasional drops by a couple of freshmen receivers in a game can be tolerable, but I have never seen so many drops in a college football game. From freshmen to redshirt seniors were dropping balls, and Cager simply didn't know his hot routes on a blitz. Redshirt junior Cager didn't turn his head around, and you simply just don't see that very often with good teams in college football games. The Canes only have two upperclassmen in the WR rotation, and when they drop balls and don't know routes, it is a big problem.

This could force a QB to simply run the ball rather than throw it to an open WR. At least our TEs Jordan and Mallory don't drop passes, so you can split them out wide. I will also give the freshmen WRs credit for blocking downfield on Homer's long runs, but Cager and Langham didn't do as good of a job blocking as the freshmen.

These WRs need to know their routes, run them correctly, get some separation and catch the ball.

From what I have seen so far, the Canes don't have a #1 receiver right now. I am not sure who on this roster has the potential to fill that role, if any. That is why we need Payton and Hazelwood here. Dunmore or TJ Jones would also round things out. They are alpha dogs. Someone will emerge as a leader with them pushing the older guys.

SOUP

You’ve proven once again your range of thoughts is the width of a shot glass.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 26, 2018 at 10:06 AM

U give me WAY too much credit.

mi@mic@ne

I was told by my dad after visiting my sister who lived across the street from the old practice fields at the U that Erickson had a practice routine that he had never seen. Evidently it was geared toward getting the most out of the passing game. Richt should sit down and talk with him about the training in practice.

Go Canes!!

Erickson’s routine including closing Hooligan’s on Kendallans US1 four nights a week.

mi@mic@ne

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 26, 2018 at 12:37 PM

lmao Erickson was a huge drinker...I dont think so...it got him canned

mi@mic@ne

he should have been out on the road restocking what the talent Johnson left him

mi@mic@ne

its been a long road for me since I was born on the U campus at doctors hospital...i bleed the U

His Majesty The Dude on High

Mark Duper is still alive, at least Im pretty sure he is. He has CTE though.

SOUP

Erickson’s routine including closing Hooligan’s on Kendall and US1 four nights a week.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 26, 2018 at 12:37 PM

This is true.

mi@mic@ne

I was working 60 hours a week building commercial cabinets...the physical excursion at my age began to affect my back. So another builder helped me see a chiropractor who took x rays...the first question he asked me was have you had any trauma to your body? I looked at him and laughed. Trauma? ..since I was a kid playing football lmao thats why my spine is straight at the neck and lower back area. So now I have time to go to the gym..running 4 miles in 30 minutes on the elliptical machine..the kids at the gym are looking at me like ...are you crazy old man? lmao...i ask the doc why i have no pain after the run..endorphins...i love those endorphins...these kids complain about a little pain ..seriously spoiled. instead of running for pride now..i run for my life..

SOUP

Duper & Hankerson: Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZp9V9fG_UE

Part 3:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfqgUxmPrQ4

Part 6:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOqJC2gK2d4

Part 4:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2krePWQc4Q

mi@mic@ne

oh yea...dumb...he was drinking when it closed..lmao

CGNC

See ball. Catch Ball.

That is all.

mi@mic@ne

I read after the U fire Erickson he got rehabbed and stop drinking...just want to be fair...

PapaCane

The way University of Miami treats its athletes in a profound creepy way. I don't blame none of the top recruits for not coming here. There is no way in hell I would let my kid come here especially if he is a top recruit. His talents will be wasted and his career would be doomed.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: PapaCane | November 26, 2018 at 03:38 PM

Go root for Florida.

PapaCane

The way Richt and his croonies did Jeff Thomas and other players, also the way the admistration is treating Dewan Hernandez is an atrocity. They are literally ruining his draft stock and screwing up the season for the basketball team. And you idiots expect top recruits to come here. Wake Up...It makes me sick to my stomach when I try to accept this.

Herbieibis

Simple, either u can catch or not. I don't care if there is 5 fans or 105 thousand fans in the stands.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: PapaCane | November 26, 2018 at 06:05 PM

What exactly did UM do to Jeff Thomas?

And the basketball season is just beginning. Think we are 4-1 and haven’t even started ACC play.

Terrance Sullivan

Basketball team is 5-1.

TonyCane


The way Richt and his croonies did Jeff Thomas and other players, also the way the admistration is treating Dewan Hernandez is an atrocity. They are literally ruining his draft stock and screwing up the season for the basketball team. And you idiots expect top recruits to come here. Wake Up...It makes me sick to my stomach when I try to accept this.

Posted by: PapaCane | November 26, 2018 at 06:05 PM

"The NCAA has always had the power to ban an institution from competing in a particular sport. However, in 1985, in response to rampant violations at several schools, the NCAA Council passed the "repeat violator" rule. The rule stipulates that if a second major violation occurs at any institution within five years of being on probation in the same sport or another sport, that institution can be barred from competing in the sport involved in the second violation for either one or two seasons."

Miami's probation ended in Oct 2016. We're still three years from being out of the window where another violation could trigger severe sanctions. Don't doubt for a second that the NCAA would love to hand down to Miami everything that they wished to in 2012 (four year bowl ban, four year loss of 10-15 scholarships per year, two to four years of no television, ect). We have to be over and beyond being above reproach for the next three years.

That means if it turns out that a kid got a rental car that was against rules...no waiting to see how it plays out. Or anything else. Trust me, if you want to see the football or basketball program go away, let Richt and Larranaga play fast and loose.

mi@mic@me.

I have questions. We give Thomas the punt and kickoff returns and he houses the return. Now the question is if he had the talent to do it in one game when the other return guys could not do it in 9 games then why didn't he start the season with the returns?
In the past 3 games Cam has played a third f the games and yet he has houses his runs 2 times. Thats a good percentage. And yet it's taken the other backs the most of the season to score long 2 long runs getting the majority of the playing time.
If it was just Thomas who was upset then I would conclude that he was a problem. But I am have heard that a lot of players are upset. So my problem is that if more than one player is questioning the coaches decisions then the chances of the complaint being legit are very high
Then I ask myself have q
uestioned the corches decisions as the season has progressed. You know I have. So I conclude that something stinks in our program at the U.

PapaCane

AGREED

PapaCane

out of the 19 players eligibility being questioned why is Hernandez the only one not playing. I get what you're saying but he has done nothing wrong to violate and/or warrant sanctions. It's the administration being over cautious. Think recruits don't see and understand what this administration is doing. C'mon Man.

TonyCane

I have questions. We give Thomas the punt and kickoff returns and he houses the return. Now the question is if he had the talent to do it in one game when the other return guys could not do it in 9 games then why didn't he start the season with the returns?
In the past 3 games Cam has played a third f the games and yet he has houses his runs 2 times. Thats a good percentage. And yet it's taken the other backs the most of the season to score long 2 long runs getting the majority of the playing time.
If it was just Thomas who was upset then I would conclude that he was a problem. But I am have heard that a lot of players are upset. So my problem is that if more than one player is questioning the coaches decisions then the chances of the complaint being legit are very high
Then I ask myself have q
uestioned the corches decisions as the season has progressed. You know I have. So I conclude that something stinks in our program at the U.

Posted by: mi@mic@me. | November 26, 2018 at 07:08 PM

Simple answer (I think). When Richards went out Jeff Thomas became our only true game changing threat on offense. Or at least the only one readily visible outside of the untapped potential of the freshmen. To avoid injury to Thomas, we did not use him on kickoff and punt returns. It would be as logical as not using Duke Johnson on a punt or kickoff return team in 2012 or 2013.

The one I've always questioned is what made Randy Shannon think using a tight end (Gordon) as your primary kickoff and punt returner was a viable option in 2007.

BEERicane

What actually was the deal with JT4? I still don’t have a clue...

NativeCane

thirstybuzzardcane
I was at River Ranch and didn't watch a lick of football during the Holiday. I heard the offense looked atrocious on Saturday! There were a lot of Hurricanes fans at River Ranch.

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | November 26, 2018 at 09:20 AM

TBC is a River Rancher?
Spent some the best days of my life over the last 45 years hunting, Swamp Buggying, 4 wheeling and raising Hell on those 25,000 acres.
My hunting partners were all Noles and Gators and we hunted weekends so when one of those classic 80's and 90's games were played we would hook a black and white TV with rabbit ears and tin foil to a 12 volt battery crawl under the buggy and watch those old bad ass teams play.
I watched wide right one under a swamp buggy at the Buzzard Roost if you o
Know where that is.

Dem Canes!!!

mi@mic@me.

So instead of using Thomas as the return guy knowing that at any time with his speed and a ability to cut on a dime use him in an offense with a an who cannot hit the broad side of a barn door. We are protecting him when we needed to find other ways to score points. So we decide after losing for games to take our chances that he could get hurt.We could have decided before we lost the first game that our chances of scoring and winning were more important than risking injury. But whatever you do don't question the coaches decisions

mi@mic@me.

Using a tablet. Sorry for the grammar

raizecane

Have we cracked the top 25 with that dominante offensive performance on Saturday?

raizecane

As far as A/V Receivers go - Yamaha or Denon??

mi@mic@me.

I've learned over the years that the things that I am not proficient in just delegate them to other people. It seem to me that our coaches are trying to do things that they are not good at. That's the only reason there is a lack of unity in a group. You should know the coach's input that can be trusted. I'm seeing stupid decisions coming from the coaching staff

TonyCane


What actually was the deal with JT4? I still don’t have a clue...

Posted by: BEERicane | November 26, 2018 at 07:31 PM

Depends on what rumors you see.

BEERicane

Denon. Get a x4500h. Have the 4400, it’s frigging awesome.

BEERicane

I think if you are the coach that kicked JT4 off the team, you should also be kicked off the team.

TonyCane

So instead of using Thomas as the return guy knowing that at any time with his speed and a ability to cut on a dime use him in an offense with a an who cannot hit the broad side of a barn door. We are protecting him when we needed to find other ways to score points. So we decide after losing for games to take our chances that he could get hurt.We could have decided before we lost the first game that our chances of scoring and winning were more important than risking injury. But whatever you do don't question the coaches decisions

Posted by: mi@mic@me. | November 26, 2018 at 07:37 PM

No, not at all. I'm just trying to put myself in the coach's shoes and think - why not use Jeff Thomas as a kick returner? What is the most logical explanation?

Thomas was the #2 WR entering the season, and after LSU he was the #1 wideout. So logically, do you use a number one wide receiver as a kick and punt returner? I mean, you can, but do you trust Hightower, Wiggins, Ezzard, or Pope to step up into Thomas' spot if he's hurt?

It's not like Devin Hester in 2005. Hester wasn't our number one wide receiver and a focal point for the offense. Thomas from game two on was.

Now I could easily be wrong. It could be a myriad of other reasons. Maybe the special teams coach refused to vouch for him. Maybe Thomas refused. Maybe Richt views playing as kick returner as an honor not worthy of JT. I don't know. But looking for the explanation for the actions of people being paid hundreds of thousands - if not millions to put on a quality product, I tend to go with the most logical reason.

It also doesn't mean we should agree with the decision, even if we can understand the logic.

mi@mic@me.

Cardinal win according to jj. Kick a good player off the team and replace him with an average player. Lmao

mi@mic@me.

Sin

Herbieibis

Gerald Willis 2nd team all ACC, SaY WHAT da eff. Redwine an HM along with J Jackson. Offense drug our boys down. No effing way we don't have at least 5 guys on first and second team.

DallasTX Cane

If the admin being overly cautious bothers U, and I don’t necessarily disagree on that, U need a new team to support or are in for a frustrating ride. The admin isn’t going to risk the FINANCIAL hit yhat comes with serious NCAA action (or even the possibility of such action). Plus, U think things are tough recruiting right now... just wait if The U gets in NCAA trouble again.

mi@mic@me.

That's the problem. Us old guys have watched a lot of games. It's not like we are guessing because they only practice out of our observation And as a Cane fan we have the history of being part of a dynasty.After watching players who have been riding the line while we lost 4 in a row that we had the pieces on offense to win those games if they were playing You can ask the other spacers if they saw what I saw and they also are asking the same questions

thirstybuzzardcane

TBC is a River Rancher?
Spent some the best days of my life over the last 45 years hunting, Swamp Buggying, 4 wheeling and raising Hell on those 25,000 acres.
My hunting partners were all Noles and Gators and we hunted weekends so when one of those classic 80's and 90's games were played we would hook a black and white TV with rabbit ears and tin foil to a 12 volt battery crawl under the buggy and watch those old bad ass teams play.
I watched wide right one under a swamp buggy at the Buzzard Roost if you o
Know where that is.

Dem Canes!!!

Posted by: NativeCane | November 26, 2018 at 07:33 PM


Was at River Ranch. We stayed in the resort area in the RV section. My buddy has a lot in the acreage area though. Very fun place to take the kids.

mi@mic@me.

Losers must be replaced. That's the line in the sand.

raizecane

Denon. Get a x4500h. Have the 4400, it’s frigging awesome.

Posted by: BEERicane | November 26, 2018 at 07:57 PM

*******************

Thanks, was leaning towards Denon and I have been a Yamaha guy for 30 plus years

TonyCane

Cardinal win according to jj. Kick a good player off the team and replace him with an average player. Lmao

Posted by: mi@mic@me. | November 26, 2018 at 08:03 PM

Not saying that he did, but if hypothetically Jeff Thomas committed an NCAA violation and we were fairly certain that he was guilty, the Miami coaching staff would have little choice but to do with him what was done with AQM.

It's simply the situation that we're in. The players have known this for years. The recruits that Richt has brought in should also know this. There can be no tolerance for that sort of stuff.

mi@mic@me.

Chances are very high if he committed a violation that he knew was wrong other than a behavioral one. He decided to part ways with the corch.

solarcane

I think JT4 had so many practice issues in high school his team mates had to vote to let him stay on the team. That's disrespect to your coach and team mates.
I know this is the entitlement generation, but Im old school enough that I would have bought Thomas a ticket out of town.
One Johnny Football a generation is enough.

mi@mic@me.

Apps dogs can smell a fake. They will respect you if your within your gifts but when they seeing you try to do things your not good at they will retell

mi@mic@me.

Alpha

mi@mic@me.

Become a rebel

TonyCane

Posted by: mi@mic@me. | November 26, 2018 at 08:39 PM

That's likely. The question is, why was Jeff Thomas also looking to leave at the end of the 2017 season? Did he feel he was being used that poorly then? Or was there a personality conflict?

Let me touch upon that latter. Both of my sons have played AAU ball. My older son was on a team where the coach actually kicked his own son off of the team because of a personality conflict. His son was one of the better players on the team, yet he got rid of him.

I generally agree with JJ's admonition that special players get special privileges, but that does not mean unlimited privileges. In "Shark Among Dolphins", the example of a backup player who fell asleep in a team meeting was cited. It did not matter to JJ that the player had just had a child and was sleep deprived. He was released nonetheless. JJ said however that if it had been Dan Marino, he would have simply had him nudged awake. However...if Dan Marino was continually falling asleep in meetings or late for practices, JJ's patience for a HoF player would eventually run out. Because ultimately you're losing credibility as a coach and leader.

That said, I have no idea if there was any sort of issue like that with Thomas and Richt. I am concerned that Richt is not elastic like JJ, and that any violation is treated with the same firmness whether you are Jeff Thomas or a walk-on.

mi@mic@me.

Jj was a master in getting players like Thomas on his side. He didn't like the player who played stupid. Missing assignments or committing penalties. But Thomas was not a stupid player. The Canes won with jj. That solved a lot of problems keeping the good players happy. Coaching decisions are what keeps the team winning. Losing shows that the coach made some costly decision

mi@mic@me.

The juniors and seniors dropping passes never happened under jj. They won so the older guys were part of the coaching. Our problem now is the younger talented guys don't respect the older guys because they were not dependable to make the plays to win the game.

mi@mic@me.

Miller time. 97 yard scamper

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